• Crime

    59 year old Christian woman found murdered in Ottawa

    Tragedy struck the Christian Science community in Ottawa, as a 59-year-old Elisabeth Salm a librarian was found beaten and later died in hospital. Her attacker 18 year old Tyler Hikoalok was arrested and charged with her murder. The media is reporting Hikoalok is a member of Tr1be Music where Indigenous youth to express their heritage through art, music and fashion.   [via]

  • Crime

    Alek Minassian is the man who killed innocent people in Toronto

    Alek Minassian was arrested for this brutal attack in Toronto, which has caused the deaths of 10 and 15 injuries according to sources quoted by CBS. A former New York police officer quoted by NBC asserts that his sources in Canada have revealed to him that the attacker was known by the Canadian police and that the investigation is being treated as an act of terrorism. The police authorities have not yet offered official information about the motivations of this attack, nor official confirmation of the identity. Ten people have died in Toronto after the driver used a rental truck to run over people, as confirmed by local police, and…

  • Crime

    Joshua Boyle and his connection to the Khadr family

    Joshua Boyle, now free after five years of captivity in Afghanistan, is perhaps best known for his brief marriage to Omar Khadr’s older sister. Joshua Boyle, now free after five years of captivity in Afghanistan, is perhaps best known for his brief marriage to Omar Khadr’s older sister. Boyle, the son of an Ottawa tax court judge, was married for about a year to Zaynab Khadr. She’s the eldest daughter of Ahmed Said Khadr, who was accused by the U.S. and Canada of being an associate and financier for the terrorist group Al-Qaeda. Ahmed Khadr studied at the University of Ottawa, and the family moved between Canada, Afghanistan and Pakistan.…

  • Crime

    The RCMP is questioning illegal migrants about religion and values, Muslims are not happy

    Apparently the RCMP is questioning recently arrived migrants who have crossed into Canada illegally questions regarding religion and values. The Toronto Star got a hold of a questionnaire that shows how the RCMP targets Muslim refugees from the U.S. The Toronto Star says, RCMP officers have been screening Muslim refugee claimants entering from the U.S. at Quebec’s Roxham Rd. crossing, asking how they feel about women who do not wear the hijab, how many times they pray, and their opinion about the Taliban and the Islamic State, a questionnaire obtained by the Star shows. Here is a small sample of the questions being asked. Muslim leaders said the document highlights…

  • Crime

    Edmonton Islamic terrorist was deported from U.S in 2011

    30 year old Abdulahi Hasan Sharif is the lone wolf terrorist that ran over a cop and hit a number of pedestrians with a U haul truck, now we are learning Abdulahi Hasan Sharif was deported from the U.S, so how did he end up in Canada? Update: Suspect in weekend Edmonton attacks Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, 30, ordered deported from U.S. in 2011, documents say. — CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts) October 3, 2017  

  • Crime

    Edmonton terror suspect Abdulahi Hasan Sharif was known for extremist views

    Edmonton police say Abdulahi Hasan Sharif is responsible for terrorist act in Edmonton. The  suspect accused of going on a rampage with two vehicles Saturday night has been arrested to face several charges, including terror charges, attempted murder and dangerous driving. Sources confirmed the identity of the man as Abdulahi Hasan Sharif. RCMP K-Division’s assistant commissioner Marlin Degrand said the man is a Somali national. The public safety minister’s office has said he is a refugee. Somali refugee Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, suspect in Edmonton terror attack, investigated by the RCMP in 2015 for extremism. No action taken. — Lorrie Goldstein (@sunlorrie) October 2, 2017 In 2015 Abdulahi Hasan Sharif was…

  • Crime

    Las Vegas massacre leaves two Canadians dead

    The horrific massacre in Las Vegas has left two Canadians dead. Two Canadians have now been confirmed killed in Sunday night’s Las Vegas music-festival massacre. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says Jessica Klymchuk, an Albertan, was among those who died. The Canadian Embassy in DC has also lowered its flag to honour the victims. Canadian Embassy in DC has since lowered flag to honour #vegasshootings victims #cdnpoli https://t.co/VYDXRWPvAo — Richard Madan (@RichardMadan) October 2, 2017   Earlier, a relative confirmed Jordan McIldoon, 23, of Maple Ridge, B.C., was also killed in the horrific attack. Around 60 people are now confirmed dead and more than 500 others hurt. In a statement, Prime…

  • Crime

    Canada under attack: ISIS supporter in Edmonton runs over cop, runs pedestrians with truck

    Canada has sadly come under attack by ISIS inspired terrorists. As Canada’s border remain open and thousands of Syrian refugees have been brought over here, Edmonton folks experienced a night of Islamic terrorism. The events unfolded after a police officer was run over and stabbed, outside a CFL Eskimo’s game. A terror attack in Canada has left several injured after a cop was stabbed and a car deliberately rammed pedestrians driven by a suspect with an ISIS flag. Police said that the attack began with a man, 30, driving his car “at high speed” at a police checkpoint outside an American football game in Edmonton, Alberta, attended by thousands of…

  • Crime

    Omar Khadr free to surf the internet without restrictions

    Omar Khadr can now surf the internet without any restrictions. The former terrorist dubbed “child soldier” by the media has confessed to killing an American soldier and making explosives. The media reported that Justice June Ross said there is nothing to indicate his sister has changed her views, so any contact Khadr has with her must still be made with one of his lawyers or his bail supervisor present. Another request to be allowed to travel more freely within Canada without having to gain permission was also denied. Khadr also sought unrestricted access to the internet, and was granted more freedom provided he stays away from anything to do with…

  • Crime

    Media interviews Canadian ISIS recruit back in Canada, why is he not in jail?

    If you fight for ISIS and return to Canada you can expect to remain free and not go to jail. This story is very troubling since ISIS terrorists should not enjoy freedom so why is this Canadian ISIS terrorist free? ISIS is an avowed enemy of Canada. Returning ISIS fighters should be jailed and charged with treason. A recent CBC story on “Abu Huzaifa,” from Toronto who left Canada to join ISIS, discussed his experience serving as an ISIS enforcer in Syria. Apparently, after emptying his bank account, travelling to Turkey and making his way to Syria, and spending five months with ISIS, “he realized it wasn’t what he signed up…

  • Crime

    WestJet Islamist causes flight scare

    A recent incident occurred aboard a WesJet flight from Toronto to Edmonton yesterday, the story is truly frightening as a man on the plane began praying out loud in Islamic and was also heard threatening people with death. However the CBC failed to mention that on their report:[via] A customer on a WestJet flight from Toronto to Edmonton says there were some tense moments as he and others helped the crew subdue an unruly passenger. Steven Kelley told CTV Edmonton he was sitting four rows back from the cockpit of the Boeing 737 when a man wearing a backpack twice walked from the back of the plane to the front during…

  • Crime

    Muslim youth who stole plane now under RCMP national security investigation

    How is this for strange, a Muslim youth from Markham Ontario with no flying experience just stole a plane and crashed it downtown Peterborough. A day after Global News reported the RCMP was investigating national security aspects related to the stolen plane that crashed in Peterborough, Ont. last week, the RCMP has confirmed its national security enforcement unit was involved in the investigation. The national police force also said it found no threat to national security, no motive for the theft and declined to provide an explanation as to how a 20-year-old Markham man with mental health issues who “acted alone,” managed to steal the plane undetected and crash it…

  • British Columbia,  Crime

    Vancouver now has to deal with a serial rapist

    As if Vancouver gang crime isn’t bad enough….. VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Vancouver Police are issuing a new public warning about a man known as ‘balaclava rapist.’ Larry John Takahashi, 63, was serving three life sentences after admitting to raping at least 30 women in Edmonton in the 1970’s and 80’s. He was granted day parole in BC after more than 30 years behind bars, and will soon be living in a Vancouver halfway home. [via]

  • Crime

    Hero cop risks it all to save woman and her 3 children

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28yXUy7BOu8 A Florida police officer risked his life to save a mother and her three young children in a dramatic incident that was captured by his body camera. Deputy Justin Ferrari of the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office was one of the cops who responded to a call placed by Victoria Rosado, 26, on Sunday after her estranged husband opened fire inside her home, shooting her in the leg. The young mother was inside with her three children, ages 7 to 23 months, at the time and her ex Emanuel Rosado, 26, who refused to leave and even fired at police twice during the incident. Deputy Ferrari quickly sprang into action when…

  • Crime

    Latest Halifax sex assault involves cab driver with Middle Eastern accent

    Is there a Muslim problem in Halifax ? Recent reports to police suggest there has been a string of troubling sex attacks against females by tax drivers with middle eastern accents. https://twitter.com/FaithGoldy/status/756498169148612608 According to alternative media, there also appears to be a backlash against victims for suggesting attacker may have been of middle eastern descent. Halifax police are investigating a fifth sexual assault involving a cab driver, and say the suspect’s description raises the possibility of a connection with other recent attacks. “There’s some similarities in some of the suspect descriptions, so we’re looking at…the possibility that there could be the same individual in some of the instances, at least,” said…

  • Crime

    Dellen Millard and friend found guilty of first degree murder

    Convicted killer Dellen Millard turned and glared at Tim Bosma’s family Friday, shortly after he and his friend Mark Smich were found guilty of first-degree murder. The courtroom erupted in cheers and cries as the jury foreperson read out the verdicts, culminating an exhaustive five-month trial more than three years after the 32-year-old Ancaster dad was senselessly murdered for his pickup truck. “For three years, we have been in and out of this courthouse, forced to look at and breathe in the same space with the utter depths of depravity in our society,” Sharlene Bosma, Tim’s widow, said in a speech outside the courthouse afterward. “We have had to endure…

  • Crime

    150 Canadians on ISIS hit list

    They are 150 Canadians ranging from lawyers to photographers to artists to athletes, apparently united only by their inclusion on a terrorist target list. The purported “kill list” of 8,300 individuals around the globe that was posted to social media by a pro-Daesh hacker group is nevertheless being taken seriously by Canadian police and security authorities, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said Thursday in Ottawa.   [via]

  • Crime

    Transgender woman unsatisfied with sex operation threatened to burn clinic

    MONTREAL – Not satisfied with his sex change, a woman of British Columbia is sought across Canada for burning the Montreal clinic where she had suffered “big operation”. Jayne Ellen Heideck, 42, from Kelowna, is now wanted on a Canada-wide arrest warrant. She is suspected of deliberately starting the fire that caused to hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage May 2 at the Metropolitan Surgery Center, located in the borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville. Heideck will be presented in the grounds of the mid-evening clinic and set fire inside before fleeing. The fire, however, was quickly extinguished by a sprinkler head and nobody was injured. (translated) [via]

  • Crime

    Chilliwack teen girl carries pepper spray to walk to school says she doesn’t feel safe

    A Chilliwack newspaper recently ran a story about Alayna Weiss a teenager terrified at the criminal elements she encounters on a daily basis. In recent years Chilliwack has garnered an unpleasant jump in crime, making it the third most dangerous city in the Fraser Valley, the 14 year old says she often sees suspicious people loiter, and has seen her friends getting jumped and beat up, and rampant drug offenders have made Chilliwack their home also a recent murder near her house has left her troubled. So the teen decided to write a letter to her local MP, Conservative Mark Strahl, of Chilliwack Hope. This is what he had to say about the violence in Chilliwack. Far too often it…